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All banks and most financial institutions are required to have anti-money laundering (AML) programs in place within their organizations to detect and prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. For many of these entities, an individual in-depth analysis of all customers, accounts, products and services in not very feasible, given that the numbers of each may be significant and more than the capacity of the organization to deliver. Accordingly, a risk management program will help to identify and narrow down where the focus of attention should be. By identifying risks and basing decisions on factors that are related to higher risk elements, attention to addressing higher risk elements can be done more efficiently and more productively for the organization. A good AML Risk Management program will also better satisfy regulatory requirements.
This training is essential for anyone working in a financial institution who is involved in AML compliance. The course will inform the attendee of the basics of identifying money laundering risks and how to effectively manage a program to handle and address those risks.
Learn what AML Risk Management means
Learn why regulators prefer a risk management approach to AMLThis tra
Learn how to identify some common AML risks
Learn how to create and apply an AML risk management matrix in operations
Learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of your AML risk management program
Learn how to apply AML risk management principles in other areas of your business
What is AML Risk Management
Why is AML Risk Management important?
Identifying elements to consider when developing AML Risk Management
Creating an AML Risk Management profile and matrix
Using AML Risk Management in operations
Evaluating the effectiveness of AML Risk Management
How AML Risk Management principles can help your organization in other ways
Kenneth Barden is a seasoned Compliance and Regulatory Specialist. He was trained as a lawyer and is admitted to the practice of law in the United States and abroad. He is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and is COSO-certified. He has over 37 years of experience in both the public and private sector, including over 14 years overseas. He has been a contributing author to several books, articles and other publications relating to compliance issues. He is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law, and has completed several post-graduate study programs.